Wrap and Roll

We are officially pictured wrapped on “Yes We’re Open” 🙁

The last day of shooting was bananas; filmed one of our most emotional scenes (and longest – almost 6 pages!!!) for hours, stopping for snacks and an impromptu music recording session

H.P. Mendoza (our screenwriter) is also an accomplished composer and wrote an entire song for the ending credits in just one day!!! Our plan was to shoot a music video at the karaoke wrap party, so Parry and I laid down our vocals first.

“Lunch” at 7:30pm – BURRITOS!!! I felt like I didn’t eat nearly enough Mexican food these last 3 weeks (just 1/2 of one) so I requested them for our final meal.

Fell apart fast but hit the spot – I had a grilled chicken with rice, beans, veggies

Plus a plate of chips/salsa and a piece of cheese quesadilla

Once we wrapped, the rest of the night was all about sugar!!!

Mini cupcakes with a quote from the movie

The aforementioned H.P. with director Rich, and some “special” sweets from Hot Cookie

GAWD these chocolate coconut concoctions were amazing (tasted like Girl Scout Samoas).

Everyone just kept biting parts off – I ate about three testicles, a pair of breasts, and an entire torso over the course of the evening

The cupcakes came karaoking with us as well….

I had one of each flavor around 2am

We took over Festa Lounge! Not only did everyone else there wonder just what in the world we were doing when Parry and I went up to film/sing the ending credits sequence, but my hair/makeup artist Carlen brought the house down (as you can see in this 20 second clip, where she’s backed up by one of the film’s stars, Kerry)

I went to bed at 4am and woke up at 9, feeling sore everywhere – my throat, my body – I didn’t touch a drop of alcohol and can’t imagine how everyone else feels this morning!

11 thoughts on “Wrap and Roll

  1. Jen

    It has been SO cool to follow your food eatin’ & movie makin’ journey in San Francisco. I bet you can’t wait to get home to Abe and Julius, but wow, what a great experience. Can’t wait to see/read about your first meal back home!

  2. Cindy

    Had to make burritos tonight. Your fault.
    The treats are hysterical. Happy homecoming. (I’m being good here. It’s killing me, but I’m being good. :o)

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